Online Courses

Online Courses





Online classes at Mines are taught by world-class professors that are dedicated educators, committed to developing the knowledge and skills of their students.

Whether you are exploring a new field of study, completing a necessary course or expanding your interests, Mines Online can be a perfect way to meet your educational needs.

Who Can Take Online Classes

  • Current, regularly enrolled Mines students
  • New graduate-level students (both degree-seeking and non-degree-seeking)
  • Current students wishing to audit a course (non-credit)
  • Professionals wishing to expand their career opportunities through Mines certificate programs


All Online Classes

*Courses are subject to change.
**Not all courses available to all student types; please check catalog or Trailhead before registering.


AMFG401/501Introduction to Additive ManufacturingBriceFall
AMFG422/522Statistical Process Control and LEAN ManufacturingBlacklockFall
CBEN201Material and Energy BalancesGardnerFall
CBEN311Introduction to NeuroscienceNorrgranFall
CBEN322Biological PsychologyNorrgranFall
CEBN201Material and Energy BalancesGardnerFall
CEEN401/501Life Cycle AssessmentLandisFall
CEEN402/502Project EngineeringGrimmFall
CEEN5880Chemical Transport in the EnvironmentMcCrayFall
CHM198aEnergetics General Chemistry IWuFall
CSCI261Programming ConceptsPaoneFall
CSCI262Data StructuresFisherFall
CSCI303/DSCI403Introduction to Data ScienceFisherFall
CSCI470Introduction to Machine LearningFisherFall
CSCI560Fundamentals of Computer NetworksHanFall
CSCI585Information Security and PrivacyYueFall
EBGN201Principles of EconomicsHouserFall
EBGN321/504Engineering Economics EvaluationPedersonFall
EBGN425/525Business AnalyticsFlamandFall
EBGN563Management of TechSalehFall
EBGN576Managing and Marketing New Product DevelopmentsSalehFall
EBGN577Lead/Manage TeamsSalehFall
EDNS315Engineering of Social and Environmental ResponsibilityRulifsonFall
EDNS577Adv Eng & Sust Comm DevLucenaFall
EEGN519Estimation Theory and Kalman Filtering (Hybrid)VincentFall
ENGY200Introduction to Energy (Hybrid)SteirerFall
FEGN525Advanced FEA Theory and PracticePetrellaFall
FEGN526Static and Dynamic Applications in FEAGeerFall
FEGN527Nonlinear Application in FEAPetrellaFall
GEGN351Geological Fluid MechanicsGallagher and MaxwellFall
GEGN575Applications of Geographic Information SystemsZhouFall
GEOL557Earth Resources Data Science I - FundamentalsJobeFall
GPGN519Advanced Formation EvaluationDuganFall
GPGN547Physics and Mechanics of RocksPrasadFall
HASS323/423Science CommunicationCortney HollesFall
HASS441/541African DevelopmentHudsonFall
MNGN547Geology and MiningSchisslerFall
MATH530Advanced StatisticsBandyopadhyayFall
MNGN558Mineral ProcessingSpillerFall
MATH201Probability and Statistics for EngineersMunsonFall
MLGN598Materials Science Graduate Lab Module (Hybrid)StiererFall
MNGN546Health and SafetyBruneFall
MNGN548Integrated Information and Mine Systems ManagementDuzgunFall
MGNG551Mine AccountingZinkFall
MNGN557Mineral Economics and PolicyZinkFall
MNGN561Project ManagementBullockFall
MNGN562Environmental and Social ResponsibilityFilasFall
MNGN563Water, Waste and ClosureVan Zyl and GaboraFall
ORWE598Optimal Planning of Manufacturing OperationsNewmanFall
PEGN522Advanced Well StimulationMiskiminsFall
PEGN551Petroleum Data AnalysisCromptonFall
PEGN552Petroleum Data Analytics ApplicationsCromtponFall
SPRS501Space Resources FundamentalsDryerFall
SPRS502Space Systems EngineeringSowersFall
SPRS503Space Resources Graduate SeminarMadridFall
SPRS504Economics of Space ResourcesLangeFall
SPRS591Space Resources Design and Analysis Course IDryerFall
SPRS592Space Resources Design and Analysis Course IIDryerFall
SPRS598International Space Law and PolicyHarringtonFall
SPRS598aSpace OperationsMaginnisFall
SYGN501Research Skills for Graduate StudentsSniederFall


Important Dates

Fall 2020

Aug 21: Confirmation deadline

Aug 24: Term I begins

Sept 7: Labor Day, no classes

Sept 15: Career Day, NO EXAMS

Oct 8-10: Homecoming, NO EXAMS

Oct 14: Term I ends

Oct 19-20: Fall Break, no classes

Oct 21: Term II begins

Nov 26-27: Thanksgiving Break, no classes, campus closed

Dec 11-12, 14-19: Final Exams

Dec 15: Term II ends

Dec 21-Jan 11: Winter Break


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Michael Byckovski“I believe Mines has tremendous value as an educational institution. I am fully confident that both the quality and variety of coursework I complete during my time here will prepare me to be the best possible engineer in a professional setting.”


Michael Byckovski
Mechanical Engineering Student



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